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Abstract

I am constantly taken aback by the laborious, frequently flawed and frankly dishonest rulings handed down by the courts. In one such case, reported in this issue (see Petra Krusche, p21/22), the Competition Tribunal agreed that summonses issued by the Competition Commission against milk producers (collectively called Woodlands) were void by virtue of vagueness. As Krusche reports, Woodlands complied with the void summonses under protest: it had handed over documents demanded by the Commission and had permitted its employees to be subjected to interrogation.

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2009-05-01
2016-12-04
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